Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa Introduces New Bingo Hall

Cabazon, California (December 21, 2010) – The Morongo Casino Resort & Spa will now be filled with calls of “Bingo” with the relocation of the “Casino Morongo Bingo Hall” to the main casino floor.  Now located inside the AAA Four Diamond resort, the new bingo hall seats up to 300 players and offers Early Bird Games and VIP Member Promotions.

“Relocating the bingo hall to the main casino floor allows us to better serve our players,” said David Brents, General Manager of Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa.  “By placing the bingo hall under the same roof as our world-class amenities, we provide our players with the added convenience of staying, playing and dining without having to leave the building.”

The new hall features state of the art 19” electronic bingo screens with picture-in-picture technology that allows players to watch TV as they play.  “We are offering the newest and most innovative technology to keep our bingo players in a fun and entertaining venue,” Brents added.

The move comes nearly 30 years after Morongo opened as a humble bingo gaming hall in 1983.  In 2004, Morongo Casino, Resort and Spa, as we know it today, opened with a new casino, hotel, spa, restaurants, conference center and pool complex, but the bingo hall remained a separate facility located next to Morongo’s Canyon Lanes Bowling Alley.  Now guests can find the hall next to Mystique Lounge inside the casino.

Open seven days a week, the Bingo Hall will provide pack sales beginning at 2:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday with the first “Early Bird” game at 6 p.m.  And, on Sunday, pack sales open at 11 a.m. with the first “Early Bird” game at 6 p.m.  Early Bird Games cost $250 with regular session games ranging from $500 to $1,000.  The new hall will also feature VIP Member Promotions including “Holiday Cash & Free Play Nights,” “Friday Night Birthday Celebrations,” and “Sunday Afternoon Free Play Giveaways.”

“This January, Morongo bingo players will be introduced to a matinee program on Tuesdays and Thursdays that will offer them a Bingo & Potrero Canyon Buffet Lunch package,” said Barry Connolly, Director of Morongo Bingo Operations.  “Players that have played with us through out the years since the 1980s will truly appreciate their new gaming experience.  Not only are they able to play bingo, but they now have all of the amenities in one place that offers an experience like no other casino offers,” Connolly added.

Morongo is one of the largest tribal gaming facilities in the nation.  The resort provides hotel, casino, dining, entertainment, and spa services.  Recently, the property earned its sixth consecutive AAA Four Diamond Award.  Gaming enthusiasts will find their fill with more than 2,000 slot machines, a 22-table poker room and 85 table games featuring Pai-Gow Poker, EZ Baccarat and Blackjack, among others.

For information on bingo promotions, call 800-252-4499 or visit www.morongocasinoresort.com.

About Morongo Casino Resort & Spa

Morongo is the premier gaming resort in California.  Located in Cabazon, California, in the scenic Coachella Valley, Morongo is a prime getaway for residents of Orange County, Ontario, Palm Springs, Palm Desert and Los Angeles.  Earning the prestigious AAA Four Diamond Award for six consecutive years, Morongo offers 310 well-appointed rooms and suites, a 150,000 sq. ft. casino floor, an array of restaurants and lounges and continuous world-class entertainment offerings.  One of the largest tribal gaming facilities in the country, Morongo Casino Resort, & Spa is owned and operated by the Morongo Band of Mission Indians.  For more information please visit:  www.morongocasinoresort.com.

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Media contact information:

Gabriela Raguay, 702.862.4242, gabriela@braintrustlv.com

Kurt Ouchida, 702.862.4242, kurt@braintrustlv.com


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